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Saskatchewan Federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault says Ottawa has to take action against Saskatchewan for flouting the federal carbon-pricing law. Steven Guilbeault says ‘measures will have to be taken’The Canadian Press · Posted: Mar 04, 2024 6:28 PM EST | Last Updated: 10 hours ago Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault saysContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan As Saskatchewan MLAs take their seats in the legislature on Monday to begin their spring sitting, students’ desks and teachers’ chairs will sit empty across the rest of Regina and several other school divisions. Regina schools among those closed Monday during one-day teachers’ strike Moira Wyton · CBC NewsContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan The federal natural resources minister says Saskatchewan residents won’t get a carbon rebate, after the province announced Thursday it would stop remitting the levy on natural gas to Ottawa. SaskEnergy breaking federal emissions law by choosing not to remit levy Jeremy Simes · The Canadian Press · Posted: FebContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan The heavy snow has stopped falling in Saskatchewan, but regions in the central and northern parts of the province remain frigid. There is an end in sight for some with temperatures in southern and central Saskatchewan expected to rise significantly on Thursday. Temperatures in central Sask. are expected toContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan Teachers in several more Saskatchewan school divisions will not supervise lunch, recess or other noon-hour activities on Thursday, the latest in a series of escalating job actions announced by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation this week. Ministry of Education calls rotating strikes ‘unfortunate,’ blames STF for bargaining impasse Moira WytonContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan An Alberta clipper is bringing heavy snow and strong wind gusts across central Saskatchewan Monday, according to Environment Canada meteorologist Terri Lang. She recommends avoiding travel if you can. Environment and Climate Change Canada issues several warnings Will McLernon · CBC News · Posted: Feb 26, 2024 11:36 AMContinue Reading

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Saskatchewan Chris Barber, a main organizer of the “Freedom Convoy” is suing the federal government for using the Emergencies Act to freeze his bank accounts, arguing it breached his Charter rights to protest COVID-19 mandates. Lawsuit says Chris Barber couldn’t withdraw cash, deposit money or use credit cards Chris Barber, fromContinue Reading